Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy Supporter Survey 2019
As the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy starts to plan out the next phase of our work together, we want to hear from our partners and volunteers about how we best move forward together.
These survey questions are targeted to assess our coalition's strengths and weaknesses, and identifying policy opportunities for the Alliance's work moving forward. Thank you for your time, attention, and honesty!
First & Last Name
How are you involved with the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy?
As an organization, union, tribal nation, or business supporter
As a volunteer
Name of Organization / Business / Tribal Nation / Union Affiliation
When did you or your organization join the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy?
2018 - During the Yes on 1631 Campaign
How did you engage with the yes on 1631 Campaign?
Volunteered with the campaign: Signature gathered, door knocked, phone banked, office work, etc
Our organization publicly endorsed the campaign
Talked with family and friends about the campaign
Re-shared social media posts
Gave a financial contribution
Engaged my organization's email list in support of the campaign
We did not engage during the camapign
How did you support the Alliance legislative priorities in the 2019 Legislative session?
Emailed my legislators
Re-shared calls to action with my organization’s email list and on social media
Signed in support at legislative bill hearings
We did not engage during session
In your opinion, what are the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy’s strengths as a coalition?
Movement alignment: Bringing different sectors and communities across WA together to pass bold policies
Ability to move large numbers of volunteers and organizations around the state to take action on climate
Lifting up racial, social, and economic justice as core to achieving true climate justice
Creating bold state-wide climate policy
All the Above
In your opinion, what are the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy’s biggest challenges and shortcomings as a coalition?
Lack of a clear set of demands/asks
No clear target: No specific individual , company, or systematic structure that we are targeting to change
It’s hard to mobilize when so many other issues and fights are going on in the Trump era
Climate change is not a high priority for many communities/people/sectors across WA at this time
Too many voices and interests at the coalition table to be effective
We don’t activate our volunteers and or supporting organizations sufficiently during campaigns
We don’t have the right people/communities /institutions engaged in our coalition
No shortcomings or challenges
What stakeholders, organizations, geographic communities, and other sectors should the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy engage more actively in our work? (examples: rural organizations, African American organizations, clean energy groups, etc)
Moving Forward Together: Which of these policy ideas resonate most with you and or your organization as a topic area the Alliance should work on to address the climate crisis? (Note: these are just possible policy ideas, not agreed upon policy options)
Clean Transportation - focus on reducing GHG emissions from our transportation sector, electrifying our transportation infrastructure, increasing access to mass transit state-wide, reducing state-wide vehicle miles traveled.
Create a Climate Resilience Plan for WA state - focus on mitigating the present and future climate impacts in WA including mitigating wildfire, rising sea level, water reserve impacts etc.
Create a Green New Deal for WA
Carbon Sequestration - build policies around forest and marine carbon sequestration and conservation of our natural environments
Focus on Movement Alignment - Providing spaces and resources for partners and volunteers to come together to build relationships and learn about each other's work
Organize in communities across the state to build a larger Washington climate justice movement and base of supporters
Advocate for strong implementation rules for this year's 100% clean electricity and clean buildings bill wins
Continue to lay the groundwork for environmental justice through promoting the passage of provisions of the Health Environment for All Act that would direct state agencies to make targeted investments in communities most impacted by pollution
Work at the regional and municipal level to advocate for strong local clean energy, building efficiency, climate resiliency policies
All of the Above
Why do the ideas you picked resonate with you or your organization?
In the next year, how would you and or your organization like to engage with the Alliance for jobs and Clean Energy?
Endorse specific policies and campaigns
Engage your members in support of chosen policies
Give financially to the Alliance
All the Above
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